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[Features]

Dan Kennedy on the battle over The Connection

Camille Dodero on Kaiju International, an underground phenom that wants to take over the world with warring rubber giants, pop-culture kitsch, and a healthy dose of bizarre humor

Plus, Camille Dodero does an e-mail Q&A with Kaiju's Luciferian shogun, Dr. Cube

Seth Gitell mulls over about John Kerrys chances for the White House

Lance Tapley stands in the streets of Quebec, where activists braved tear gas, threw rocks, and fought police to protest globalization at the Summit of the Americas

In the Phoenix editorial, we recap Bush's first 100 days in office

In Out There, Kris Frieswick rereads her old diaries

In Urban Buy, Leslie Robarge tries on some micro-miniskirts.

Plus, this just in:

FILM: Head shots
Best Music Poll party
AU NATUREL: Yoga buffs
FNX: Godsmack play Avalon
KVELLING: 100 years of culture
PUBLISHING: Severing the knot
ACTIVISM: Think globally, act locally
FOLLOW-UP: Northeastern protest goes on
THE SWARM: Student influx drives up rents
HARVARD HUBBUB: The wages of sit-in
MEDIA: Five years of nonpartisan wonkery
AFTERNOON STORM: FNX Network announces new talent lineup

Letters to the editor

Moon Signs

Dr. Lovemonkey

Editors' Picks - Hot Tix - Future Events

[Music]

Lloyd Schwartz disguises himself at Boston Academy of Musics Cinderella masked ball; Douglas Wolk branches out with the Boredoms; Michael Endelman feels out fuzzy Peaches;
Damon Smith sings praises to The Danielson Famile; Jon Caramanica strikes a gangsta pose with Puff, Suge, and Master P; Matt Ashare says Mark Kozelek does AC/DC; Carly Carioli tells us that Mr. Airplane Man has morphed their blues into rock.

Plus, Jonathan Perry gets some Swag, Patrick Bryant watches the Mekons play some art-school punk at the Middle East, Michael Endelman has his head in little fluffy clouds at the Orb's show at Avalon. And last but not least, Roadtripping.

Also, short reviews of:

Grand Tourism: S/T
I-Roy : TOUTING I SELF
Neilson Hubbard : WHY MEN FAIL
The Angels of Light: HOW I LOVED YOU
Our Lady Peace : SPIRITUAL MACHINES
Guided by Voices : ISOLATION DRILLS
Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: LIVE IN NEW YORK CITY
Creeper Lagoon : TAKE BACK THE UNIVERSE (AND GIVE ME YESTERDAY)

[Movies]

Peter Keough says there's a question of identity at the Boston Gay & Lesbian Film/Video Festival, Chris Fujiwara previews Herbert Achternbusch at the HFA, and Dominik Moll's new dark comedy thriller introduces an interloper into a family's summer getaway home.

Also, short reviews of:

RAT
DRIVEN
FREDDY GOT FINGERED
THE GLEANERS & I
WITH A FRIEND LIKE HARRY . . .
THE LUZHIN DEFENCE
CROCODILE DUNDEE IN LOS ANGELES
THE DAY I BECAME A WOMAN

[Theater]

Carolyn Clay watches both Trinity post The Cider House Rules and the Market in Harvard Square open; Chris Fujiwara says the Coyote delivers an effective Bash: Latterday Plays; and Jeffrey Gantz says you can trust Gary Mitchell and Sgn

[Dance]

Marcia B. Siegel on Ailey American Dance Theater paying its 32nd visit

[Books]

Elizabeth Manus says Nicholson Baker stacks the evidence

[TV]

Hot Dots -- why does campy-bitchy-snippy host Anne Robinson of The Weakest Link always dress like Dr. Zira in The Planet of the Apes?

[Food]

Boston chef Paul O'Connell explores Cuban cuisine


Dining Out: Matteos .
Uncorked: How to discuss red wine like a pro
On the Cheap: Caff Rossini .
Noshing & Sipping: Ostrich steak at Daedalus .

[Specials]

Red Sox Preview

Best Music Poll 2000

Spring 2001 Band Guide

The 3rd annual Best issue

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